The neonatal pulse oximeter is used to monitor vital signs in nursing the premature infants. In 76% of cases, this method of examination makes it possible to suspect heart disease development immediately after birth. At present, there is no equal device in the sense of simplicity and effectiveness of diagnosing cardiac pathology in infants among the screening methods of pulse oximetry.
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Prematurely born child due to underdevelopment of all vital organs gets transferred to resuscitation after birth. Here begin the most responsible resuscitation activities. And any first aid is associated with supporting the breathing of a small patient. Artificial respiration with the help of Ambu's respiratory resuscitation bag often helps the resuscitator to save the baby's life.
Every year around 500 000 babies are born in our country. 24 000 of them are born preterm. We call them Neterplyachki - because they so hurry to see this world, that they are born premature, preterm. If a qualified medical help is not provided, 70 % of these children may pass away. It is vitally important to control all the life indicators of the baby because an in-time help is a pledge of saving the baby's life.
The demographic situation in Ukraine now is critical, while preterm born babies are a special category of children: they are very weak and fragile. Many functions of their bodies are still immature. If a baby weighs up to 1500 grams at birth, it meets many problems during the first months of its life – problems of pulmonary, cardiovascular, nervous and digestive systems. Every saved life of such babies is priceless!
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Prematurely born children are so impatient that they come to this world earlier than their lungs are fully developed and before their hearts start beating stable. It is vital to constantly keep an eye on the pulse and the breathing of the prematurely born child. There are also many pathologies, of which there is a chronic lack of oxygen in the blood – hypoxia. For the monitoring and maintenance of vital functions of the body – breathing and heart beating of small patients, there is a specific medical device – a pulse oximeter.
After the baby is born into the world, his body adapts to completely different environmental conditions and undergoes many changes. One of the adaptation mechanisms is jaundice of newborns. During the fetal life of a child, its blood contains much more erythrocytes than an adult's. This is due to the fact that he gets oxygen from the mother's blood through the umbilical cord, and sufficient saturation requires a large amount of hemoglobin, which is part of the red blood cells, since it is hemoglobin that carries oxygen to organs and tissues.
Providing intensive care (resuscitation, intensive care, and grooming) to a low-birth newborn at the current level implies a high degree of technological process and professional training of personnel. These circumstances, given the exceptionally high cost of this kind of medical care, are dictated by the peculiarities of its organization, namely the organization of intensive care units, intensive care and nursing of low-weight babies in the conditions of the perinatal center. Only such an organizational form will allow achieving not individual medical success, but to solve the problem of nursing small children, especially children with a very low birth weight (less than 1500 g) and with extremely low (less than 1000 g) birth weight.